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Song Parodies -> "If You Call Me Freak."

Original Song Title:

"If You Leave Me Now."

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"If You Call Me Freak."

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The Lyrics

If you call me freak.

I'll hunt you down and take the biggest part of you.

Ooh-ooh-hoo, no

Oooh you will die.

And if you call me freak.

I'll rip your heart right out of you.

Ooh-ooh-hoo, no

And i'll eat it too.

Ooh-ooh-hoo, you.

Today will be your last day.

You mocked me for writing about Dan Aykroyd.

Now you won't ever get away.

So you can kiss your life goodbye.

How is it going to end this way?

When my justice comes , you will regret

The things you said last week.

You broke me and now I am going to break you.

Now you can't escape or get away.

Kiss your life goodbye.

How could we end it all this way?

Dan knows for sure, you'll regret.

The things you said.

Once you are dead.

If you call me freak.

You'll find I removed a part of you.

Ooh-ooh-hoo, no

Looks like you don't needi t no more.

Ooh, here I come.

You better hide your friends.

Ooh-ooh-hoo, no

Oh how you'll die.

Ooh, you'll burn up.

Yau are going to end up frying here

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